Google is an Internet Search company with profits mainly derived from its AdWords advertising program. Google is also known for other high-profile web-related products such as Chrome, GMail, Google Docs or Google Map, and it has also made a very successful entry into the mobile handset market with its Android mobile operating system. The company was created in 1998 and went public in 2004. Google is one of the most visited site in the world.

Chromebooks With Windows Dual Boot May Never Arrive
It has been rumored for a couple of years now that Google has been experimenting with Windows dual book on its Chromebooks. The functionality would have enabled Chromebook owners to basically run Chrome OS and Windows on the same device. New findings show that Google has likely given up on the project which would mean that Chromebooks with Windows dual boot may never arrive.

Google's Pixel 3a And 3a XL Now Available From Amazon
There are quite a few ways you can purchase Google’s latest smartphones. These happen to be the first Pixel smartphones to be sold by carriers other than Verizon. And now, for the very first time, Amazon is also selling Google’s smartphones directly. The Pixel 3a and 3a XL are now available for purchase from Amazon.

Some Of Google’s Titan Security Keys Might Not Be So Secure
Last year, Google launched the Titan security key. For those who are unfamiliar with the gadget, it is a security key that helps authenticate the user to whichever device it is plugged into or connected to. The idea is that by leaving it connected to a device like a computer, in theory, you would never need to have to enter a password again.

Google’s Translatotron Takes Translations To The Next Level
Google’s translation feature works pretty well and is a decent way of translating text and speech. However, what’s typically lost in the process of a translation is the way that the words were originally spoken, and since a lot of inference is made based on the speed of someone talks and the tone, this can sometimes lead to confusion.


Google Photos Folder Might Stop Syncing With Google Drive Soon
With Google Photos and Google Drive being Google products, it’s not surprising that they kind of tie-in with each other. For example, you can view your Google Photos through Drive via the app, and if you did enjoy the fact that they synced with each other, you might be in for some bad news.

Google Brings All Of Its Travel Tools Together Under ‘Trips’ Website
As some of you might know, Google has several products and services related to travel (much to the chagrin of many other travel websites). If you do prefer using Google as your source for travel-related information, like to find flights, book hotels, or find out information about the place you’re about to visit, Google has just made your life a lot easier.

Android Q Might Be Able To Detect When You’re In A Car Crash
For Pixel smartphone owners in the future, the next time you’re driving and you get into a car crash, there is a good chance that your Pixel smartphone might be able to tell that you are in an accident and potentially call for help on your behalf. This is according to a recent discovery by XDA Developers who found hints of the feature in the latest beta for Android Q.

Faulty Pixel Owners Will Get Up To $500 From Google
A class action lawsuit was filed against Google by owners of the original Google Pixel phone. They had claimed that the company had knowingly sold units with defective microphones. Google has now agreed to settle the lawsuit and will thus be providing up to $500 to owners of said defective units.

Why Google Didn’t Kill The Headphone Jack On The Pixel 3a
Recently, Google announced their latest Pixel smartphone in the form of the Pixel 3a and 3a XL. These are mid-ranged Pixel smartphones that come with affordable prices, but if there is one notable difference between these phones and the Pixel 3 is that it actually comes with a headphone jack.

Google Has Finally Acknowledged Fuchsia OS, Claims It’s An Experiment
We have been hearing that Google is working on a new operating system called Fuchsia OS. Not much is known about the operating system, but the various reports have claimed that it could be how Google finally merges its Chrome OS and Android operating systems together, but to date the company has yet to officially comment, at least until now.

Google Play Store Now Suggesting Users To Uninstall Unused Apps
We all have a ton of apps on our phone, some more than others. However, like most people, there is a chance that at the end of the day, there are only a handful of apps that we might use on a day-to-day basis, while there might be others that we use once in a while. This means that there are a lot of apps sitting our devices that are […]

Google’s Latest Pixel 3a Ad Trolls The ‘Phone X’
Just recently, Google officially announced their new Pixel 3a and 3a XL smartphones. These are budget Pixel handsets that sport mid-range hardware, but at the same time still feature some of the Pixel 3’s features, such as its camera system. This means that for a few hundred dollars less, you get features that would have otherwise been exclusive to the Pixel 3.

Turning Off Digital Wellbeing Could Speed Up Your Pixel Smartphone
One of the features that Google introduced to Android and its Pixel series of smartphones is Digital Wellbeing. You could think of this as being counter to Apple’s Screen Time feature, where Digital Wellbeing will help users keep track of how long they’ve spent on apps and can let them set certain restrictions as well.

Android Q Will Let Apps Record Audio From Other Apps
Mobile gaming is a big thing and as such, it’s not surprising that more content creators could be focused on creating videos dedicated to mobile games. However, there is the question of how does one successfully capture audio from your mobile game? There are screen recording apps out there, but for the most part, they can’t capture audio.